Top 5 reasons why raising the minimum wage is good for you and me

Auerback, Marshall
August 2012
Southern Illinois Labor Tribune;8/9/2012, Vol. 76 Issue 1, p2
The author discusses the five reasons for raising the minimum wages in the U.S. by several ways including economic recovery, helping people to recover from debts and to protect workers from abuse.


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